What began just over a decade ago as a way for some local entrepreneurs to sell snowboards on the side is now Canada’s most valuable tech company by market capitalization – and the Ottawa
AccelerateOTT will shift farther downtown from its traditional home at Lansdowne Park’s Horticulture Building to the National Arts Centre on Elgin Street when the annual entrepreneurship
Shopify is launching a TV and film content development and production house.
Ottawa’s e-commerce giant is filling its own stocking with some extra cash in the run-up to the new year.
Two Colonel By Secondary School students have teamed up with Nokia’s Ottawa outpost for a new conference aimed at showing girls that coding is not just a boy’s game.
If you were at the Shaw Centre this week for SaaS North – the annual gathering of software-as-a-service companies and entrepreneurs in Ottawa – you may have seen
The Ottawa company known for helping merchants sell online made a major purchase of its own just before one of the biggest shopping weekends of the year.
Ottawa’s tech talent market beat out the likes of Montreal, Vancouver and Waterloo for the second year in a row according to CBRE’s annual rankings, but the elusive top spot remains in To
Organizers for this year’s SaaS North have hit a 50-50 split for male and female speakers this year – a rare feat for a tech conference and a priority that will inform the annual event’s
After years sharing Ottawa’s top two spots on the ranking of Canada’s biggest research and development spenders, Shopify has overtaken Mitel as the capital’s top R&D investor in 2018.